Audio recording of presentation by Jason Scott of ARCHIVE.ORG at the 2014 Kansasfest, an Apple II conference held in Kansas City, MO at Rockhurst University. Presentation covers advances in emulation, archiving and future goals for the Internet Archive in vintage software storage. Fast-paced and with occasional profanity.
Some unexplained details, which were tailored for this specific crowd: The ASIMOV Archive is a large collection of Apple II disk images that has seen multiple owners and is the de facto central repository for Apple II history. The CFFA is a hardware card for Apple IIs that allow the attaching of USB storage and Compact Flash cards to transfer disk images. The "Emulation Trick" is a reference to an earlier presentation by Mark Pilgrim at the event where he showed how specific details in how floppy drives are emulated could allow detection for an Apple II program as to whether it was running in an emulator.